The Miami Dolphins said Sunday night that they are aware of a video that appears to show offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting a white powder off a table before a meeting.
“We were just made aware of the video and will have no comment at this time,” the team said in a statement.
The Miami Herald reported, citing league sources, that there will be an investigation into the video, and Foerster’s future with the team is expected to be determined as early as Monday.
I wouldn’t bet on it. Jones’ playing time is not likely to increase with Matthews out — expect Andre Holmes to fill Matthews’ role — so it’s more a matter of whether Tyrod Taylor is comfortable throwing to Jones. The rookie has struggled to finish routes and make clean catches so far, resulting in a team-low 3.4 percent rate of catches per route run. Taylor said this week he’ll continue pressing forward with Jones and keep his confidence in the second-round pick. But when the pressure mounts in games, I would expect Taylor to lean on Charles Clay and LeSean McCoy, who have proven more reliable pass-catchers. “I’m growing, I’m learning, and I know that,” Jones said this week. — Mike Rodak
Ajayi is fine. It’s the other players around him, particularly the offensive line, that has failed him most of this season. Teams are stacking the box and there are fewer holes for Ajayi. According to Pro Football Focus, 44 of his 46 yards last week were after contact. He is getting hit a lot at or near the line of scrimmage, which is much different compared to last season. — James Walker